The safety of our audience and singers is of great importance to us. All audience members must be vaccinated and are encouraged to wear masks. The choir will be performing without masks but all members have been fully vaccinated and will provide a negative test in order to perform.
Florilegium Chamber Choir announces its 2022-23 (46th) season.
November 20, 2022 at 4:00 pm
In the Beginning
Howard Hanson: A Prayer of the Middle Ages
Aaron Copland: In the Beginning
Salamone Rossi: Adon Olam
Rosephanye Powell: The Word was God
Michael Gilbertson: Where the Words Go
Benjamin Britten: Chorale (after an old French Carol)
Shawn Kirchner: America the Beautiful
Ruth Watson Henderson: Make Me a World
March 5, 2022 at 4:00 pm
Jauchzet dem Herrn: German Psalms through the Centuries
While J.S. Bach's monumental Passions, prolific cantatas, and intricate motets rightfully loom large over all German choral repertoire, many other German composers have made remarkable contributions over the centuries - both before and after Herr Bach.
The exquisite poetry of the Psalms has provided generations of composers with inspiration for expressive and inventive vocal writing. Join us in March for a sampling of centuries of German psalmody, featuring the music of Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schubert, Hassler and others.
Spring concert date to be announced
The remainder of our season will also encompass a wide range of composers, including music by Orlando Gibbons, Salamone Rossi, Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Jake Runestad, and Shawn Kirchner, among others.
General Admission $25 (advance purchase)
for the Nov. 20th concert
must be made
by 5 PM Saturday, Nov. 19th.
The deadline for online ticket purchases
for the Nov. 20th concert was 5 PM Saturday, Nov. 19th.
Concerts take place at Trinity Lutheran Church (164 West 100th Street, Manhattan); click here for directions and more information. WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY: We regret that Trinity's sanctuary and bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible.